S4E09 Low Round Count Training
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In today’s episode we talk with Samuel Middlebrook from Red Hawk Firearm Training talking about how to make a low round count course work for your students.
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Name an annual conference you recommend instructors to check out:
- Once a year and take a class in something you know nothing about
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- Dry Fire Journal: www.redhawkfirearmtraining.com/dfj
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Great interview. Samuel makes a lot of sense. I’d like to take one of his classes.